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Agrippina Musin-Pusjkin (1740–1782/86), was a Russian stage actress and singer. She belonged to the pioneer group of first professional actors in Russia. She was active at the Imperial theatres in Saint Petersburg from their foundation in 1756 until 1769. She mainly played the parts of soubrettes and queens. She was also a singer. She was the student and spouse of actor Ivan Dmitrevsky.
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